Birthdate: Nov. 27, 1996
Hometown: Plano, Texas
Previous Team: Washington Spirit (NWSL)
2022: Lund started all 22 regular-season matches en route to breaking the NWSL single-season save record with 112 saves. The goalkeeper kept six clean sheets, boasting a 76% save percentage. She also tied the single-game saves record of 12 in Racing’s 1-1 draw with OL Reign in August.
2021: Lund made her professional debut off the bench, becoming the hero of Racing’s win over FC Bayern Munich in The Women’s Cup final. Lund made four penalty kick stops and scored the trophy-winning kick in a dramatic shootout. She went on to make her first NWSL start Oct. 6 against the North Carolina Courage and took over the starting job between the posts toward the end of the season, tallying 16 saves as her side went 1-1-2.
Before Racing Louisville FC: Lund spent her first three seasons at Texas Christian University before transferring to Arkansas for her senior year. In her final season, she started all 23 matches for the Razorbacks and posted 11 shutouts. She led the SEC in save percentage (0.871) and was named 2019 All SEC-Second Team and All-Southeast Region Second Team. Lund signed with the Washington Spirit in February of 2020.